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Killer Dolphins with Guns Skydiving from Helicopters. A new generation of Navy Seals.
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[quote:2342:MV8yMDE2NzgyXzMzODg5MjA5X0FFQTgwODMx] [quote:Anonymous Coward 25550007:MV8yMDE2NzgyXzMzODg5MTc3XzQxNzBEQTg=] [quote:2342:MV8yMDE2NzgyXzMzODg5MTAwX0Q1MzIwRUND] [quote:Anonymous Coward 25550007:MV8yMDE2NzgyXzMzODg5MDU2XzQwRTQzNThC] Animal abuse of the worst kind. Sick fucks. [/quote] In the 70's Dr Patrick Flanagan worked with the Navy and built an electronic device as way to communicate with dolphins. Pat Flanagan is almost a modern Tesla! He also invented the Neurophone and is a modern day pioneer in Pyramd Power. http://www.rexresearch.com/flanagan/neuroph.htm [/quote] Interesting. Thanks for posting. [b]Science is good as long as they don't hurt or use the dolphins.[/b] [/quote] Well said! [/quote]
Dolphins the new Navy Seals.
Wow this is interesting. In the Art of War, Ukraine has decided to equip dolphins with knives and pistols to defend from "
The Soviet Union actually trained Commandos how to fight these killer beasts "haha" and the Soviet navy once deployed dolphins armed with hypodermic syringes loaded with carbon dioxide.
Dolphins have been used for other defense measures like hunting mines and stopping enemy divers and now they'll be packing heat.
Ukraine also plans to train the dolphins “to attack enemy combat swimmers using special knives or pistols fixed to their heads,” according to RIA Novosti. A source inside the Ukrainian navy told the agency that the exercises, which are being conducted at the state oceanarium in Sevastopol, are “counter-combat swimmer tasks in order to defend ships in port and on raids.”
Maybe soon they will Genetically modify Dolphins with Piranhas
and inject them with brain chips that activate lasers strapped to their head!
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